Former President Barack Obama lent a helping hand in a food bank in Chicago on Tuesday.
Wearing a Chicago White Sox hat and latex gloves, Obama helped volunteers in the Greater Chicago Food Depository prepare meals which will be distributed to people needing Thanksgiving.
“You guys do such a wonderful job done,” Obama told you young volunteer, who beamed with pride throughout her experience with the prior POTUS. “I am very proud of you.”
Check the video out here:
Thanks to @BarackObama and @ObamaFoundation for connecting our volunteers now at the Food Depository. We think that no one should go hungry, particularly this time of year, and that is why we’re working to tackle the root causes of hunger in Chicago and Cook County. Pic.twitter.com/d6YfBjvJl2
— Chicago’s Food Bank (@FoodDepository) November 20, 2018
The nonprofit company tweeted its due to Obama for swinging by.
“We think that no one should go hungry, particularly this season, and that is why we’re working to tackle the root causes of hunger in Chicago and Cook County,” it wrote.
Obama, in turn, thanked the volunteers on Twitter:
President Donald Trump, meanwhile, flew into his personal Mar-a-Lago hotel in Palm Beach, Florida, where he’s scheduled to stay until Sunday.
Obama visitedandvolunteered in food banks several occasions throughout his presidency, and has been frequently connected by wife Michelle and daughters Malia and Sasha.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.